Star Trek I-Spy Volunteers
Mondays, May 2, 9, 16 & 23 • 3:30-5:00 pm
Help us transform a blank 4'x8' foamcore poster board into a remarkable artwork celebrating the 50th anniversary of Star Trek. Teen volunteers will plan the artwork's design, comb through various resources to selct images, sketch and trace inconic images onto the poster board then add color and creativity to the artwork. The finished artwork will be the subject of an I-Spy competition when displayed thoughout the month of July in the Smithtown branch's lower level. Volunteers will receive a community service confirmation form. Register.
Top Ten Mistakes Students Make on Their College Application Essays
Wednesday, May 4 • 7:00-8:00 pm
Randy Levin (MA in English MFA in Creative Writing) is a former high school English teacher and resume and interview instructor for the New York State Department of Labor. His college application essay presentations are content driven, extremely informative and entertaining. Gain a clear understanding of the essay process with Mr. Levin as he demonstates how you may set yourself apart from other students. All students, parents and educators are welcome. This program is part of The Smithtown Library's Academic Advisory Series. Register.
So You Wanna Be a Computer Scientist?
Wednesday, May 11 • 7:00-8:00 pm
Do yo wonder how Goole and Facebok wrer really created? Do you like Math? Are you considering a career in comuter and information science? Then don't miss Drs. Balasubramanian and Borodin (Stony Brook University) as they share their experiences working as computer scientists and tell you how to prepare for a career working with computers. Register.
Clay Spring Chicken Magnet
Wednesday, May 18 • 4:00-5:00 pm
Create a funky spring chicken fridge magnet. We'll supply the clay all you need to bring is your imagination. Register.